InHealth Summer Essentials

InHealth Summer Essentials

It's summer! We made it to the sunny side of the year, a time for lots of fun in the sun in the garden and at the seaside.  Summer is a very exciting time for both parents and children, it's nice when we have the good weather to wear those summer clothes that have been shoved in the back of the wardrobe, as well as getting your kids outside into the fresh air for fun activities and endless days of fun. Although these summer days can be a little bit stressful if you're not pre …
14th Jun 2021 Jade Carpenter
What Is A Supplemental Nursing System (SNS)?

What Is A Supplemental Nursing System (SNS)?

Many women have trouble's when breastfeeding, such as latching difficulties, a low milk supply, the baby needing extra nutrients with their breastmilk, and more. Sometimes to help with these challenges it is recommended to consider using a feeding tube to assist you while breastfeeding. This device is commonly known as a Supplemental Nursing System or SNS and can be extremely beneficial to mothers and babies in this situation.How does it work?The SNS feeding tube connects to a bottle of sup …
24th Mar 2021 Jade Carpenter
Safety In the Home

Safety In the Home

As a parent of a baby or toddler, you know it’s essential to take Baby Safety very seriously. As your habits change, so does the way you inhabit your living space. It’s important to take the time to consider what in your home could potentially pose a threat to a baby exploring the world for the firs time, and promptly address it.Here at InHealth.ie we have developed a dedicated Babyproofing section with everything you might need, and we do mean everything: from furniture straps to room di …
13th Mar 2020 Susanna
Your Top 10 Breastfeeding Questions, Answered!

Your Top 10 Breastfeeding Questions, Answered!

1. When will my milk come in?Starting from the second trimester of pregnancy, your body begins to produce protein-rich colostrum, the ‘first milk’ full of essential nutrients and easiest for newborns to digest. Milk production will be kickstarted by your hormones after your placenta is delivered: this is the signal for your body that it’s time to feed baby. Milk will increase in quantity and change in consistency approximately two to five days after you deliver, or earlier if you’ve had childre …
11th Mar 2020 Susanna
Baby on Board: In-Car Safety with Little Ones

Baby on Board: In-Car Safety with Little Ones

Purchasing a car seat is probably one of the most daunting shopping experiences for new parents: in this blog post we try and demistify the process, giving you the essential information plus a few handy tips on installation and use!First of all, a reminder: children should always travel in the back of the car, away from active airbags and the dashboard. There is now a penalty for drivers who place a rearward-facing child car seat in the front where there is an active airbag. According to I …
4th Mar 2020 Susanna

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